23 March 2008

CONTRIBUTIONS TO ORGY IN RHYTHM






















From time to time I have had contributions and shares left in the comments at this blog by various visitors .I am conscious that these do not always get the full exposure they deserve and feel they need to be given a higher profile.I am hesitant to post them at Orgy In Rhythm as I have always promoted the site as a one man (chimp?)affair which scrupulously draws its posts from my own lp and cd collection.
So I decided it's time for a second Orgy In Rhythm site for the contributions made by you generous rippers out there.I will also be posting material there myself which does not fall into the remit I set for my original Orgy In Rhythm concept.
Credit will be given to all contributors and if you can't supply details I'll try and hook it all up.Format is up to you(mp3s,flacs etc) but if you can keep them at 192 and above it would be appreciated.Just leave your contributions in the comments boxes(I get all comments emailed to me so I shouldn't miss any of your efforts)and I'll post 'em up.And last but not least please please please NO hijacking other peoples links unless they give express permission.
OK?
Here we go then ....OIR CONTRIBUTIONS & SHARES is linked under my Places and Spaces Blogroll otherwise find the bastard offspring of Orgy in Rhythm HERE.

4 comments:

ish said...

any excuse for more great music is okay by me. hurray for more orgy in rhythm!

lbmargo said...

Anything that features the Nicholas Brothers so prominently has to be good!!

Sylvain L. said...

Hi Bacoso,

After all these great albums I discovered through your blog, I thought I would give back a bit.

So here's my contribution: Dudley Moore Trio's eponymous album from 1969, released on Decca.

It's a real gem for who loves modal. I remember you posted one of the tracks, "Amalgam", on a compilation a couple of years ago.

This track was in fact my first encounter with Moore, about 15 years ago. I was having drinks one night at the "Cafe de la Plage" in Paris, which was at the time the meeting point for the Acid Jazz crowd, which I was part of.

At some point I heard this music, and that was like a lightning strike... It's actually the only thing I remember clearly from that night.

It took me a while to get my hands around this album, which I eventually got in circumstances that would be too long to explain here.
To cut a long story short, it's a not-that-great quality rip from vinyl, but the music is simply amazing so...
here it is:
http://www.mediafire.com/?vhztnr2jjqz

Hope you'll enjoy

Sylvain L.

cvllos said...

Sylvain, thanks for revealing to me the jazz talent Dudley had. A very nice recording. However, why is this one Modal Jazz?
Perhaps Bacoso would re-up that post containing several examples on it.